this news is so old, its been discussed time and again, and the reason y its so fast is because the instruction set is vastly reduced, the average desktop cpu would murder that chip in a desktop environment, the chip you should have posted is this
that one is even older. the fujitsu is not desktop suited, so u cant say "the average desktop cpu would murder that chip in a desktop environment". any similar chip will get murdered the same way. my point was that there are other brands that can be big players, if allowed to be.
Unless it is based on x86 it is useless to the public as most software won't run on it, including the OS. If they switched to x86 (after acquiring the appropriate licence from Intel of course), this performance advantage would vanish and they'd just be another AMD.